Welcome to Melbourne & Peninsula Speech Pathology.
We come to you!!
Melbourne & Peninsula Speech Pathology work with children - toddlers to 18 years. We have experience in all facets of paediatric and adolescents communication difficulties including speech (articulation), language, fluency, social interaction and literacy. Melbourne & Peninsula Speech Pathology provides therapy in the clients home, school, kindergarten or early learning centre. Home visits can result in more positive relationships with children and their families as well as a better understanding of the child in a known environment (also easier for the parents!)
School visits can aide in building a link between language and literacy work and the curriculum. Communication between teachers and the Speech Pathologist result in a holistic approach to manage the child’s needs as well as professional development.
Therapy can be provided in individual sessions, groups and within classrooms. We work closely with parents, teachers and integrations aides where appropriate, as well as health care professionals to achieve the best possible outcome for your child.
We also make therapy fun!!
Our Speech Pathologists are warm, caring, energetic and lots of fun!
Our Speech Pathologists are all members of Speech Pathology Australia and are committed to continuing professional development and maintaining and extending our professional practise skills. This commitment is recognised by our Speech Pathologists being awarded the title Certified Practising Speech Pathologists (CPSP).
All our Speech Pathologists are registered for Private Health Fund rebates as well as Medicare (clients that qualify are able to access 5 part refunded therapy sessions from Medicare - please call 0414 071 488 for further information or speak to your GP about a Chronic Disease Management Plan).
For additional information on funding options please click here
Melbourne and Peninsula Speech Pathology is also an approved service provider under the FaHCSIA panel for Early Intervention for Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as a Better Start provider. You do not need a referral to access a Speech Pathologist.